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A Maryland energy company is planning to deliver 500 megawatts of power to the electrical grid from a giant hollow tower on the Arizona-Mexico border that would be the second-tallest structure ever built.
The project does seem farfetched, and the company’s stock is trading at a penny a share, down from a high of 32 cents two years ago. But Sharon Williams, the director of development services for the city of San Luis, said the company’s professionalism bespoke a certain seriousness.
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